The school were having an extension, with the main part being the new library. As the library area was going to be open plan, they didn’t want it to be used as a cut-through, but for it to be an open welcoming area, encouraging the children to pick up a book. The space also needed to consider a small area for group work.
BAM were instructed as the main contractor to the brand new Aspire SEN School. Client specified a list of items they wanted for their new build which needed to be in place for September 2020.
Design, Supply & install furniture into the newly refurbished 6th form centre. The areas within the 6th form centre included study areas, collaborative working areas & common areas.
Case Study: James Allen Girls School Location: Dulwich, South London | Institution: Independent School | Student Number: 1240 Installation...
The school were moving into a new building and wanted a new library to be a welcoming space that encouraged children to stop by and read for pleasure.
The schools needed to completely refurbish their Food D&T room, making it more flexible for both practical and theory learning. White goods needed to be reused and storage space for technicians considered.
The school are working their way through a whole school refurbishment, and for this stage needed an English block consisting of 12 classrooms, and Sixth Form refurbished.
Our brief was to supply and install fixtures and furnishings to the library.
After a year of construction and restoration of a near-derelict Georgian and Victorian buildings, we were invited to work with the school to design and create inspiring, modern, state of the art teaching and administration spaces incorporating the interior colour scheme into the furniture.
The school wanted to refurbish an existing library, opening it up and making it a welcoming space for small group work as well as an inviting place to stop and read.
The school were looking for a flexible teaching space with furniture that could be moved easily, so the classroom configuration could be changed very quickly.
Our client wanted to refurbish their sixth form study and common room areas, to create vibrant and contemporary environments that balanced dedicated quiet study and time. The spaces needed to be comfortable and modern, standing out from the rest of the school as more ‘grown up’ areas.
The schools 1970’s building had been extended and a new teaching block and school offices had been built. These new spaces needed to integrate ICT elements and storage, alongside ergonomics and a neutral aesthetic.
Design, supply and install furniture in a new two storey teaching block consisting of 7 general teaching classroom, 5 ICT suites, 2 dedicated music suites and practise rooms, LRC, Admin offices, Sixth Form Study Area, Staff Work Areas and multiple areas of fixed benching.
The school had a tired staffroom that needed to be revamped and made more comfortable for 21 people at any one time.
The school had a new teaching block consisting of 9 teaching rooms, 2 ICT rooms, ground and first floor staffrooms, which needed a full FF&E consultancy service as well as loose furniture supply and fitting.
Design, supply, and install furniture in over 70 rooms in a brand-new state secondary school which will hold 1,200 students.
As part of a long-term refurbishment project the school were looking to modernise and refurnish 8 classrooms, 3 ICT suites and an LRC.
Morleys provided a complete FF&E consultancy service to Sewell Construction, the main contractor. From brief, through to design and implementation the scope of our work covered primary classrooms staff rooms, lockers, cubicles, teaching walls and SEN spaces.
Beechwood Scared Heart is an independent, co-educational, day and boarding school for pupils aged 3-18. The school wanted to refurbish a sixth form space, as well as their multi-use ICT and media rooms.